Deterministic Expert Systems : A New Planning Tool for Project Development

Organization: The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy
Pages: 6
Publication Date: Jan 1, 1989
Project developent proceeds by increasingly detailed studies addressing overall project returns through an analysis of the substance, risks and costs associated with the following elements: ò Reserves ò Mining ò Processing ò Infrastructure ò Environmental Impact ò Product Market Computer-based expertise has a potential to ò Capture perishable expertise, making this available for shared access and so reducing the cost of human experience ò Consolidate know-how for optimising process operations, bringing consistency of judgement and advice to decision- making by making the rules, facts and preferences explicit ò Allow assignment of the basis and authority of decisions, so experts can pass routine expertise down the line, freeing their time to generate more. ò Force a review of expertise when creating the knowledge base.
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